A study conducted by researchers at PHAR found that hospitals collect substantial profits from administering injectable and infused drugs. The share of profits retained by hospitals is far greater than than the amount retained by physicians who administer the same drugs in an office setting. Hospital profits also exceed the amount that goes to the manufacturer of these products. While pharmaceutical manufacturers are often the focus of criticism regarding drug pricing, the role of others in the supply chain, including hospitals, should be considered. A summary of the findings can be found here, and the full report here.